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Summer 2016 Humanities Internships
Each year the College of Arts and Sciences and CURF fund approximately twenty-five summer research internships as part of a summer institute for University of Pennsylvania students in the humanities and social sciences. Internships provide undergraduate students with an apprentice position in a cultural, historical, or archival setting. Unless otherwise noted, these full-time (30 hrs/week) internships are for a period of up to ten weeks and include a stipend of $3,300. The stipend will be paid in two equal installments on June 30 and August 31.
January 19th 4:00-5:00pm
Fireside Lounge, 2nd Floor, ARCH Building
Want to learn more about the highly coveted positions provided by the Summer Humanities Internship Program? Come meet representatives from the host institutions and hear what they are looking for in a successful application, what the opportunity looks like on a daily basis and how you might fit into the organization’s plans! Light refreshments will be served. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
All applicants must be current students in the College and members in good standing of the University of Pennsylvania community. Students graduating in Spring 2016 are not eligible for this funding.
Applications are due 4:00 PM, February 10, 2016.
To apply for any of these internships*, please complete the application form, along with a two-page (500-word) essay explaining your suitability for the internship and organization to which you are applying, and how the internship will help you achieve your educational goals. Along with this essay, please upload an electronic version of your Penn InTouch transcript by copying and pasting your Penn InTouch transcript into a Word document, typing your name and Penn ID number at the top of the page, and saving it as a pdf. Please attach first your essay and then your transcript in a single pdf.
*Note that PMA applications are due January 29, 2016 and must be submitted directly to the Philadelphia Museum of Art at http://www.philamuseum.org/education/273-358-50.html
*Note that applications to the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology are due January 30, 2016 and must be submitted directly to them at http://www.penn.museum/teachers-and-students/for-penn-students/get-involved/summer-internship-program-application
Please notify Dr. Ann Vernon-Grey of your submission to either institution by emailing email@example.com
4:00pm on February 10– Applications due from students
March 16 – Final decisions made, and all applicants notified (Unless otherwise noted on Internship description)